Miami Debacle Shakes NCAA to Its Core


The Miami case is now tainted beyond reason. We know that now. Mistrial. Throw it out, NCAA. Move on, NCAA. You've lost face -- and perhaps the credibility to ever investigate anyone again.

Now the overarching question after Wednesday's staggering news of NCAA impropriety in the Miami case becomes: Is the enforcement process, as we know it, done? Dead? Kaput?

Is it time to outsource the most controversial department of a highly controversial non-profit, tax-exempt -- though extremely powerful -- ...

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